February 15, 2013
Strictly speaking, neck lift surgery refers to a standard lower facelift or rhytidectomy surgery. In other words, like a standard facelift procedure, neck lift also treats cosmetic problems that constitute sagging skin and muscle of the neck. Facelift is just bigger in scope in that it includes treatment of the lower portion of the face, while neck lift per se only treats drooping parts on the neck.
However, neck lift is different from neck liposuction. Neck lipo is a specific treatment for the excessive deposits of neck fat. In other words, the keyword for neck lift is “drooping skin” while “fat” for neck lipo. It can be quite a tricky play of surgery words. In practice, neck lift is normally performed in conjunction with other procedures like neck lipoplasty and standard facelift.
But one should be relieved that there is no need to master the differences, because it would still be upon your chosen plastic surgeon to determine the proper procedure for you. Just be discerning in choosing your plastic surgeon – somebody who can truly solve your particular cosmetic concern.
If you live in Salt Lake City, Utah or in nearby area, Dr. Scott Thompson is apparently the perfect choice to perform neck lift, facelift, or even neck liposuction procedures. The Double Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon has impressive background, training, and most importantly, specialization in facial plastic surgery. As a surgery specialist, he devotes exclusively in treating cosmetic conditions of the face, head and neck. Combining his background in fine arts, Dr. Thompson is able to provide comprehensive and holistic approach to facial plastic surgery.
Once determined by Dr. Thompson that neck lift is the apt procedure to undertake, he will provide you with pros and cons of the procedure to be performed. Like in a facelift surgery, he will endeavor to provide dramatic results which include smoothening and tightening of the neck skin. Utah Neck Lift Surgery is a safe and effective procedure for both men and women who are already in their 40s-50s or older.
Schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Thompson by calling our office at (801) 666-2820 or by submitting this Consultation Request Form.Tags: necklift
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